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Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphony No. 7

arranged for Flute, two violins, two violas, violoncello and double bass

arranged by Nicolas Mori

edited by Simone Laghi

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This arrangement of Beethoven Seventh Symphony was published between 1820 and 1828 by Elizabeth Lavenu, the widow of the violinist and publisher Lewis Lavenu. She married Mori in 1819 and together they took care of her former husband’s business. This arrangement is neat and well-conceived. The violas often pair the flute, the only wind instrument in the ensemble, to complete the missing parts originally destined to the wind section. Even if the original title page generically calls for “two basses”, in the parts it is clearly stated that the first bass should be a Violoncello and the second a “Contra Basso”.




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Symphony No. 7 in A major,Op. 92 · Full score
hh526.fsc  · ISMN 979 0 708185 38 3 · ISBN 978 1 914137 06 8
Symphony No. 7 in A major,Op. 92 · Instrumental parts 
hh526.ipt · ISMN 979-0-708185-46-8
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